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  1. Hank

    February 22nd, 2013

    Levin is a cut above. He is the only host I go out my way to listen.

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  2. Piker

    February 22nd, 2013

    If only he’d take as strong a stand on the Natural Born Citizen clause as he does on the 10th amendment…

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  3. I Luv Bacon

    February 22nd, 2013

    The Great One, hands down.
    I like when he berates the libs that call in.
    I love when he looses it on our congressional nitwits.
    Hates Rinos more than me.
    His rants turn into firestorms of legendary proportions.
    He was talking about his favorite internetz sites last nite. American Spectator.
    I was waiting for him to plug IOTW.

    Maybe next time.

    Call, write, etc… to Levin (Rush, Hannity, Dennis Miller, The Five, etc…) and make them aware of iOwnTheWorld.
    Maybe we’ll run a publicity contest ala Howard Stern – call and say “I own the world dot com” – make it a meme, like “baba booey” or “Who is John Galt?” ;-) Thank you – Mr. Pinko

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  4. Dick Indataco

    February 22nd, 2013

    If I had to pick only one show that I could listen to daily it would be Levin’s.
    Because he speaks the plain truth so effectively sometimes I worry he might depart like Breitbart.

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  5. TheFineReport.com

    February 22nd, 2013

    Levin on policy and legal issues.

    But for pure political acumen, Rush, hands down. He’s been wrong once that I know of in all the years he’s been on.

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  6. Moe Tom.

    February 22nd, 2013

    I ilke them both and listen daily. I can brouse their programs at my leisure.

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  7. BigFurHat

    February 22nd, 2013

    Bacon,
    We’ve had 3 shout-outs by Levin over the years.
    This was one from his website -
    http://marklevinshow.com/Article.asp?id=1430526&spid=32364
    for an image I did of Sarah Palin.

    Then he linked to an Obamas Comic Strip I did where Joe Biden becomes an intellectual because of a home repair accident and he’s seen reading Tyranny and Liberty at a diner.
    I have to find that one.

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  8. Dr. Tar

    February 22nd, 2013

    Scott Walker is holding strong on Medicaid expansion (what’s called Badger Care here), proposing a 2% income tax cut and vouchers for school districts with 2 or more schools with F or D ratings.

    He’s not a sunshine conservative when its election time. He’s dealt with lefty government /labor back scratching arrangements his whole political life and he’s not about to compromise with the commies any time soon.

    http://www.governing.com/news/state/wisconsin-walker-2013-speech.html

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  9. bitterclinger

    February 22nd, 2013

    It took me awhile to get used to Levin. He can be an acquired taste with all the yelling and all. But I can’t imagine getting through a weekday evening without him. Sharp. As. They. Come. Now when he rants, it’s sometimes giggle inducing. “Yeah, that’s right; I said it!”

    I was losing hope in Rush, but when he recently came out with his revelation of how Obama is not perceived as governing, only fighting imaginary forces aligned against him, I remembered why I bought a subscription.

    If Levin is not on in your area, check out I Heart Radio or stream him on the intertubes from 6:07 p.m. – 9 p.m. at http://www.marklevinshow.com. You don’t know what you’re missing. He’s hardcore.

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  10. norman einstein

    February 22nd, 2013

    Levin is the best ‘on air’ guy out there right now.
    I still really like Rush, but he deliberately avoids getting too ‘edgy’.

    Not that I blame him…he’s become the other side’s official target as the personification of the ‘conservative’ position.
    And sometimes I actually find him rather naïve.

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  11. Claymores

    February 22nd, 2013

    But rush has an advanced degrees in windbaggery and egotism.

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  12. reddecaesari

    February 22nd, 2013

    @claymores

    yeah. don’t let facts get in the way of liberalism.

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  13. A new voice

    February 22nd, 2013

    For another true conservative voice for your liberal hypocracy listening pleasure add Michael Berry at Houston’s KTRH online http://www.michaelberry.com. You can catch him either live or hear his podcasts. He knocks it out of the ball park daily.

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  14. MM

    February 22nd, 2013

    Levin is the man-I wish to hell he’d run, he would absolutely trounce any opponent in a debate.

    I love Rush but lately I just have to have the passion that Levin pours out every day plus, man he knows his legal footing.

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  15. On Fire

    February 22nd, 2013

    I love listening to Michael Berry as well – and today it’s Friday. I’ll be driving home listening to him pop a top and exhorting all of us drink a cold one on the way home! Just listening to him is like drinking an icy brew after a long week!

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  16. Stranded in Sonoma

    February 22nd, 2013

    My favorite comment from Mark Levin was when the Grutter v. Bollinger (539 US 306) decision was made by the Supreme Court. That’s where Justice O’Connor’s opinion ruled that affirmative action was constitutional.

    Mr. Levin, in his perfect conservative wisdom, pointed out that the Grutter opinion conflicted with the court’s opinion in the Brown v. Board of Education decision. Brown overturned Plessy v. Ferguson, which we all know better as “separate but equal.” Basically, what Mr. Levin pointed out was, that the Brown decision says you can’t use race for school admissions but the Grutter decision say you may use race for school admissions. They are completely incompatible with each other. Levin argued, correctly, that the Grutter decision overturned the Brown decision and we are now back to the Plessy doctrine of “separate but equal.”

    As proof, think of this scenario. A school district is made up of 80% Latino families and the district board is a majority of Latinos. The district starts to limit the number of non-Latino students to the district’s best school. Pretty soon, the school is 100% Latino. When questioned, they use the Grutter decision that says you MAY use race as A determining factor in school admissions. They use other factors and they can prove it. This would be completely within the meaning of the Grutter decision. Which would negate the Brown decision and we’d be back to the Plessy doctrine. At which point we’d have Black schools, White schools, Asian schools, etc.

    Levin got it right. Then, the next year (2004) when Jesse, and all of the other race baiters in the NAACP were marching to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Brown decision, Levin laughed and said they don’t even know that Brown was overturned by a decision they fought for.

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  17. NeeNee

    February 22nd, 2013

    When I first started listening to Rush (1992), he often referred to “the best legal mind out there,” as F.Lea Levin. This was a satirical reference to the celeb attorney, F. Lee Bailey. Rush ran the “f” and the “lea” together so that it came out Flea Levin. As the years went by, he abandoned that and instead introduced his friend, Mark Levin. Rush seldom has guests, but Levin called in a lot during the Clinton Lewinski debacle.

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  18. JohnDoe57

    February 22nd, 2013

    Glenn Beck!

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  19. The Doktor

    February 23rd, 2013

    Both are great and Conservatives owe BOTH of them a LOT! But, I like Mark better.

    “That’s right!!! I said it!!!!”

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